Do You Have Xerosis?

At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we usually give the more common term for this condition—very dry skin—when presenting it to our patients so as not to alarm them with this scary sounding diagnosis. Although most people suffer with dry skin to some extent during the colder winter months, for some it becomes a more […]

5 Winter Foot Health Tips

At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we believe good podiatric health is a priority year-round and each season brings its own unique challenges. With the temperatures dropping it’s time to focus on winter foot health issues. 5 Ways to Take Good Care of Your Feet This Season Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize! When the heat goes on […]

Get the Facts About Gout

Between family dinners, office parties and get togethers with friends, there’s a lot of feasting going on at this time of the year! That’s why at Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we usually see an increase in the number of Passaic, Bergen, Morris, Essex, Hudson, Union, Ocean and Middlesex County patients with gout. Gout can […]

Diabetic Feet Are at Risk

If you have recently been diagnosed with diabetes, you probably have a lot to deal with: new medications, modifications to your diet, lifestyle changes, and more. Our podiatrists are aware that it can all seem overwhelming yet want to take this opportunity to encourage you to add just one more thing to the list of ways […]

Beware of the Dreaded Ingrown Toenail

An ingrown toenail is quite common and will occur when the corner of a nail grows into your skin. The result is pain, swelling, or an infection that can lead to more significant issues. If you have diabetes, you will have to be especially careful as you are at a greater risk of complications than […]